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Troy is Managing Counsel for LM Title Agency, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lawyers Mutual serving attorneys throughout North Carolina.  Prior to heading the title agency, he worked for Lawyers Mutual as Claims Counsel, focusing primarily on real estate, fraud and technology related claims. His experience includes working as Claims and Subrogation Counsel for a title insurance underwriter and eight years in private practice handing real estate litigation, commercial transactions and residential closings.  Contact Troy directly at 919-585-1182 or troy@lmtitle.com.

Future Advance Deeds of Trust - Equity Lines on Steroids

Real Estate practitioners are frequently reminded in CLEs, email blasts and newsletters of the importance of blocking and closing equity lines. Unfortunately, title insurers continue to see claims presented because proper procedure is not followed, and all too often, we are presented with subrogation demands. T… Read More

Flip Flop and You Don’t Stop

ATTOM Data Solutions recently released its First Quarter US Home Flipping Report, revealing post-recession peaks in home flips across the United States.  North Carolina is home to 3 of the top 10 home markets in US, with flip volumes in the Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord (8th), Raleigh (7th) and Durham/Chapel … Read More

Tech Tip: How To Capture a Screenshot of the Clerk’s Office Computer

This post was inspired by a question posed after one of our past newsletter articles on "Searching Errors and the County Clerk's office" We received a inquiry as to how to capture a screeshot, so we thought we would share this information with our readers who may need to know. Access in Your Office Your compu… Read More

How To Capture a Screenshot of the Clerk’s Office Computer

In our October newsletter, we published an article on “Searching Errors and the County Clerk’s Office.” We included a tip for preventing malpractice claims based on missed judgments by taking a screenshot showing a clean update. One reader asked how to capture a screenshot, so we thought we&#… Read More